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Many of the IEEE 802.11 teleconferences use "Join Me".   We share a single IEEE-SA supplied account amongst these meetings.   The meeting credentials and local dial-in numbers are shown here.

Emerging Technology Award

Emerging Technology award
The IEEE 802.11 Working Group was given an "emerging technology" award by the IEEE Standards Association in December 2017.  The award was related to the 60 GHz technology introduced by 802.11ad.

Next Session

The next 802.11 session is November 11-16, 2018 at the Marriott Marquis Queen's Park,  Bangkok, Thailand.

Also see the Working Group closing report for the completed September 2018.

IEEE 802.11 Presentation

The former publicity standing committee (PUB SC) have produced a presentation called "What 802.11 is doing" intended to be used to explain 802.11's current activities to those outside 802.11.  This is now available on this website.

"Click Here" for IEEE 802 Free StandardsIEEE 802 STANDARDS AVAILABLE FOR FREE DOWNLOAD !

The IEEE has made available IEEE 802 standards for free download.  Under this program, a standard may be downloaded for free six months after the initial publication of the standard. All relevant IEEE 802.11 Standard, Amendments, and Recommended Practices are listed.


ACCESS TO 802 DRAFT STANDARDS

Draft standards are available from a number of sources:


IEEE STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT GUIDE

The IEEE-SA has created an easy to use Online Standards Development web site that has a wealth of information that details the whole standards process flow, from creation of the initial PAR, to balloting to final draft, and beyond. It even includes, tutorials, and online forms of the various processes evolved. This site is recommended for all Members and Chairs involved.